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Podcast: Episode 80 – Scotland v Ireland Preview

Cammy and Sandy look ahead to Scotland vs Ireland and we also hear from blog co-founder Al Kerr live from Japan about his never ending struggles with Japanese toilets, how the French have taken to them like a duck to water and the general atmosphere in the country.

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7 Responses

  1. Could you maybe do a pod straight after a game so we cam here the raw emotion instead pf dwelling on it for a bit.
    Think it would be a good listen

    1. There’s a chance we might be able to do something after the Russia game but it very much depends on work commitments. Although looking at the comments on here and elsewhere I’m not sure we do raw emotion at the same level as some do.

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